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Image:St. Theodor.jpg|thumb|Ceramic icon of St. Theodor, Preslav, c. 900, National Archaeological Museum (Bulgaria)|National Archaeological Museum, Sofia The '''Preslav Literary School''' ('''Pliska Literary School''', ) was the first literary school in the medieval First Bulgarian Empire|Bulgarian Empire. It was established by Boris I of Bulgaria|Boris I in 885 or 886 in Bulgaria's capital, Pliska. In 893, Simeon I of Bulgaria|Simeon I moved the seat of the school from Pliska to the new capital, Preslav. The Preslav Literary School was the most important literary and cultural centre of Bulgaria and all Slavs until the capture and burning of Preslav by the Byzantine Empire|Byzantine Emperor John I Tzimisces in 972. A number of prominent Bulgarian writers and scholars worked at the school, including Naum of Preslav (until 893), Constantine of Preslav, Joan Exarch,...
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